Student Retention and Personal Success

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Student Retention and Personal Success by Mind Map: Student Retention and Personal Success

1. The student stays self-aware of his/her learning styles and utilizes the resources provided to them.

1.1. “Those who visit [our learning centers] often are much more likely to get at least a "C" or better in their courses.” (Law, B. 2014.)

2. The student connects with their peers and college

2.1. “Students assigned to the face-to-face orientation remained enrolled in 92 percent of their classes…” (Law, B. 2014.)

3. The student believes that his/her education will make a difference to their success in the future.

3.1. “About nine-in-ten with at least a bachelor’s degree say college has already paid off (72%) or will pay off in the future (17%).” (Pew Research Center, 2014)

4. Conclusion: Although many students have many obstacles they must cross before becoming successful, with the right resources, relationships, and attitude, any student can become successful. And being a successful student opens a lot of doors for personal success and growth.

5. Introduction: Many students find themselves discouraged about going back to school, or completing their current classes. They may feel overwhelmed, isolated, unprepared or doubtful that this education will really be helpful in the future. Although financial issues and a busy home life may discourage many, student retention and success can be achieved when the student stays self-aware of his/her learning styles, connects with their peers and college, and believes that his/her education will make a difference to their success in the future. Student retention and success is an important part of personal success and growth.